The death of the veteran journalist María Teresa Campos has caused a great shock in Spanish society. The mother of Terelu Campos and Carmen Borrego marked a before and after on television in our country, since she was one of the pioneering women in the sector and paved the way for many others to work on the small screen.
The Andalusian woman died yesterday, September 5, after spending two days in the Fundación Jiménez Díaz Hospital. The communicator from Malaga had to be urgently admitted to the medical center after last Sunday, September 3, she suffered an episode of acute respiratory failure.
The death of the one who was the host of successful programs such as Día a día or What a Happy Time has generated endless positive comments, support and affection towards the family and towards the deceased in the last hours.
Thousands of anonymous people, as well as different public figures and colleagues of the Malaga communicator shared photos and videos on social networks to bid farewell to the 'queen of mornings'. Many of them also went to the La Paz funeral home, located in the Madrid town of Tres Cantos, to say goodbye to the Andalusian woman.
It should be noted that, during these difficult days, the family has remained united, something that attracted a lot of attention from fans of the Campos clan, since Carmen Borrego had not spoken to her son for months.
José María Almoguera, who was angry with his mother due to a public conflict that she had with her daughter-in-law, decided to put all his problems aside and go through this bad moment with his loved ones.
Thanks to the approach of Alejandra Rubio's cousin, the family has set an example and has fired María Teresa Campos just as she would have liked. It should be noted that Almoguera was also present at the Madrid hospital, not only at the funeral home.
A few months ago, the program Sálvame leaked some audios of Paola Olmedo severely criticizing Terelu Campos' sister and her family. Borrego, from the space dedicated to the tabloid press, expressed his disagreement with these messages and publicly expressed that he did not expect this attitude from his son's wife, since she was very fond of him and was an important person in his family. life.
The conflict alienated both families to such an extent that they lost contact. When the first child of the couple was born, Borrego had to wait until his daughter presented the child to his grandmother, María Teresa Campos, to meet him. Although it may seem a cruel gesture, it was a first step towards reconciliation. The reunion after the death of the communicator places the mother and son in a new setting and could indicate a new beginning for them.